Rohit will be a Success Story For India if he Bats in South Africa: Sanjay Manjrekar
Virat Kohli-led Indian team made three changes going into the second Test at Nagpur, and a surprise inclusion to the first eleven was Rohit Sharma adding an extra batsman to the squad. The Mumbai cricketer, Rohit Sharma came into the Test team with a lot of prospects, however, couldn’t live up to the expectation and as a result, he has played only 21 Test matches since his debut in 2013. He last donned the whites in 2016 against the touring New Zealand side where he scored an unbeaten 51 run in the first innings.
The 30-year-old, Rohit is a classic striker of the cricket ball, and he has done that consistently in the limited overs game, opening the batting. However, he has been in and out of Test team due to inconsistency. Rohit will be eager to grab the opportunity that came his way and will be keen to make a strong point in front of the selectors.
Former India batsman Sanjay Manjrekar in a twitter post expressed that Rohit Sharma will be the success story for India is he gets the opportunity to bat in the upcoming South Africa series. He wrote, “Prediction: If Rohit gets a chance to bat in SA in the middle order, he will be a success story with the bat for India.”
Prediction : If Rohit gets a chance to bat in SA in the middle order, he will be a success story with the bat for India.
— Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) November 26, 2017
Rohit has represented India in 21 Test matches and has scored 1184 runs with an average of 37. He has the highest score of 177 runs and has two centuries and seven half-centuries.
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